Former Flight Attendant Reveals The Most Polite & The Rudest K-Pop Idols From Real Past Experiences
The job of a flight attendant may look glamorous to most people from the outside, but most flight attendants would tell you that there’s also more to the job than just about the glamour and traveling, including a substantial number of difficulties that they have to endure.
Among them is dealing with rude passengers.
And it sometimes gets even more difficult if the passengers are both rude and super-famous.
A former-flight attendant spoke about her experiences serving K-Pop idols on their flight. While some of them were very polite and considerate, she did mention that there were some who were insanely rude.
Below are some of the polite K-Pop idols that she spoke of.
TVXQ: Are very well-known among other flight attendants for having really good manners. The group members always makes sure to fold their blankets that they’ve used before exiting the plane. Such gentlemen!
Girls’ Generation, EXO, and Super Junior: Are known to always be on time and display very good manners. In addition, the staff members of these groups are also polite as well.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for some of the other idols in the industry. The flight attendant didn’t mention any specific names, but she did talk about some difficult experiences with some of them.
Idol A: This particular idol kept the plane from taking off because he was chain-smoking in the smoking room inside the airport. When the flight attendant went out looking for him and notified him that he should be boarding right away, he asked if she was on her period.
Idol B: This particular female idol played games that involved spitting.
Idol C: When the flight attendant asked this idol to put his luggage into the compartment for bags, he responded asking why he should be the one doing it and demanded her to do it. One of the staff members eventually ended up putting the bags in for him.
Idol D: This idol stuck gum on the aisle and sucked on peanuts while spitting them out in the open.